Welcome To Zaatari [15md]

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15MD0120151123

Why would anyone plant a garden in Zaatari Refugee Camp?

Two ambitious young women in Jordan are living very different lives.

Reem's Syrian family have fled to the sprawling Zaatari Refugee Camp. Jordanian Yara lives in the capital Amman, but is just starting as an aid worker at the camp.

As Reem's brothers struggle to survive - in the camp itself, working illegally in Amman, under fire in Syria, or en route to Germany - both families' destinies will collide. And both will face impossible choices about their future.

1/5 Why would anyone plant a garden in Zaatari Refugee Camp?

Welcome to Zaatari is adapted by Liz Rigbey from 'We Are All Refugees', an Arabic audio drama about Syrian refugees in Jordan, which was produced by William Stirling, Charlotte Eagar and Georgina Paget for Refuge Drama Productions, in conjunction with Radio SouriaLi and the UNHCR. It was written by Wael Qadour, Majd Hijjawi and Ahmad Ameen, and translated by Wael Qadour and Majd Hijjawi.

The theme music for Welcome to Zaatari is 'El Mokhtalifeen', the new single from Jordanian group El Morabba3 (elmorabba3.com).

15MD0220151124

They are partying in Amman tonight. And finding too many ways to say goodbye.

Two ambitious young women in Jordan are living very different lives.

Reem's Syrian family have fled to the sprawling Zaatari Refugee Camp. Jordanian Yara lives in the capital Amman, but is just starting as an aid worker at the camp.

As Reem's brothers struggle to survive - in the camp itself, working illegally in Amman, under fire in Syria, or en route to Germany - both families' destinies will collide. And both will face impossible choices about their future.

2/5 They're partying in Amman tonight. And finding too many ways to say goodbye.

Welcome to Zaatari is adapted by Liz Rigbey from 'We Are All Refugees', an Arabic audio drama about Syrian refugees in Jordan, which was produced by William Stirling, Charlotte Eagar and Georgina Paget for Refuge Drama Productions, in conjunction with Radio SouriaLi and the UNHCR. It was written by Wael Qadour, Majd Hijjawi and Ahmad Ameen, and translated by Wael Qadour and Majd Hijjawi.

The theme music for Welcome to Zaatari is 'El Mokhtalifeen', the new single from Jordanian group El Morabba3 (elmorabba3.com).

15MD0320151125

Marwan's 'friends' know all the routes west. All you need is plenty of money.

Two ambitious young women in Jordan are living very different lives.

Reem's Syrian family have fled to the sprawling Zaatari Refugee Camp. Jordanian Yara lives in the capital Amman, but is just starting as an aid worker at the camp.

As Reem's brothers struggle to survive - in the camp itself, working illegally in Amman, under fire in Syria, or en route to Germany - both families' destinies will collide. And both will face impossible choices about their future.

3/5 Marwan's 'friends' know all the routes West. All you need is plenty of money.

Welcome to Zaatari is adapted by Liz Rigbey from 'We Are All Refugees', an Arabic audio drama about Syrian refugees in Jordan, which was produced by William Stirling, Charlotte Eagar and Georgina Paget for Refuge Drama Productions, in conjunction with Radio SouriaLi and the UNHCR. It was written by Wael Qadour, Majd Hijjawi and Ahmad Ameen, and translated by Wael Qadour and Majd Hijjawi.

The theme music for Welcome to Zaatari is 'El Mokhtalifeen', the new single from Jordanian group El Morabba3 (elmorabba3.com).

15MD0420151126

Yara wants to talk marriage. Reem does not.

Two ambitious young women in Jordan are living very different lives.

Reem's Syrian family have fled to the sprawling Zaatari Refugee Camp. Jordanian Yara lives in the capital Amman, but is just starting as an aid worker at the camp.

As Reem's brothers struggle to survive - in the camp itself, working illegally in Amman, under fire in Syria, or en route to Germany - both families' destinies will collide. And both will face impossible choices about their future.

4/5 Yara wants to talk marriage. Reem doesn't.

Welcome to Zaatari is adapted by Liz Rigbey from 'We Are All Refugees', an Arabic audio drama about Syrian refugees in Jordan, which was produced by William Stirling, Charlotte Eagar and Georgina Paget for Refuge Drama Productions, in conjunction with Radio SouriaLi and the UNHCR. It was written by Wael Qadour, Majd Hijjawi and Ahmad Ameen, and translated by Wael Qadour and Majd Hijjawi.

The theme music for Welcome to Zaatari is 'El Mokhtalifeen', the new single from Jordanian group El Morabba3 (elmorabba3.com).

15MD050520151127

Imad crossed the water two days ago. There is still no news.

Two ambitious young women in Jordan are living very different lives.

Reem's Syrian family have fled to the sprawling Zaatari Refugee Camp. Jordanian Yara lives in the capital Amman, but is just starting as an aid worker at the camp.

As Reem's brothers struggle to survive - in the camp itself, working illegally in Amman, under fire in Syria, or en route to Germany - both families' destinies will collide. And both will face impossible choices about their future.

5/5 Imad crossed the water two days ago. There is still no news.

Welcome to Zaatari is adapted by Liz Rigbey from 'We Are All Refugees', an Arabic audio drama about Syrian refugees in Jordan, which was produced by William Stirling, Charlotte Eagar and Georgina Paget for Refuge Drama Productions, in conjunction with Radio SouriaLi and the UNHCR. It was written by Wael Qadour, Majd Hijjawi and Ahmad Ameen, and translated by Wael Qadour and Majd Hijjawi.

The theme music for Welcome to Zaatari is 'El Mokhtalifeen', the new single from Jordanian group El Morabba3 (elmorabba3.com).